Derbyshire hotel and golf complex, Morley Hayes has completed work on a new dedicated buggy path around its golf course.
The newly built pathway will enable golf buggies to access the Morley Hayes golf course all year round.
The buggy paths weave throughout the 18-hole Championship Manor Course, which is set in parkland.
Players who otherwise are unable to play during the winter months due to restrictions with buggies can now access the course easily.
The golf team have also taken delivery of a new fleet of electric E-Z-GO buggies which together with the paths, complement golf at Morley Hayes, making it a year-round destination for golf in the East Midlands.
Commenting on the new buggy paths, Andrew Allsop, managing director at Morley Hayes said:
“We’re excited to introduce our new golf buggy paths to Morley Hayes golfers. We know that an excellent buggy path can contribute to the golfing experience, which is why we decided to invest in building the path.
“The introduction of new electric E-Z-GO buggies will also help our golfers move around the golf course efficiently, especially over the colder months.”
Morley Hayes is set in the stunning Derbyshire countryside overlooking parkland golf courses. It boasts a luxury four star, 32-bedroom hotel and a choice of three restaurants, including the award-winning two AA rosette Dovecote restaurant, Roosters and Spike Bar.
It offers the ultimate golfing experience for everyone from beginners to professionals. Golf facilities include a championship length 18-hole Manor course, short 9-hole Tower course, along with a newly refurbished 17 bay, all weather floodlit driving range, golf pavilion, new Tower Café and a highly respected Golf Academy.
It offers golf breaks, society and corporate golf days, away days and team building with golf tuition.